together till the end...

together till the end...

Tuesday, October 12, 2010


ape yang kite cari,
selalu ada kat depan mata,
namun kita selalu,
memandang ke arah lain,
gunakan lah mata hati,
untuk melihat sesuatu yang batil,
kerana tak selamanya dan,
tak mungkin perkara,
yang sama mampu berlaku lagi....
hargai ape yang ada di depan mata,
bila da tak da, da tak guna da....

Do you know about Pizza Hut online order?

Pizza hut have three main services. which are:
1-Dining Restaurant
2-Home Delivery
3-Online Ordering

What is Pizza Hut online ordering?
Pizza Hut Online Ordering is a service that allows you to order food from your Pizza Hut's restaurant using a web browser. Upon you placing an order, it is automatically sent to the Pizza Hut's restaurant you select. An email is immediately sent back to you confirming your order has been received.

I would like to share about online delivery. there are 5 steps in online ordering:
step 1 - Log in
step 2 - Order
step 3 - View Order
step 4 - Checkout
step 5 - Submit

The Term and Condition

1 Our Guarantees (Hot & Oven Fresh Guarantee & Satisfaction Guarantee)
Customer satisfaction is our main priority. And we strive to achieve it by offering you the best pizza crust, the best selection of toppings and ingredients, and pizzas served at the correct temperature. Should we not meet your expectations, we’ll replace your pizza with another
2 Changes to your Order
If you wish to cancel, amend or complain about your order, please telephone 1-300-88-2525. If you amend your order, the price charged will be the price for the amended order.
3 Delivery
3.1 We will aim to provide you with your ordered Products as close as possible to your requested delivery/collection time.
3.2 The Customer agrees to accept delivery of the Products at the agreed time and place of delivery.
3.3 We can only fulfill an order for large quantities at the discretion of the Hut from which you are ordering.
3.4 For delivery orders exceeding RM 200, please allow a minimum of 1 (one) hour for delivery. For Pick-up orders exceeding RM100, please allow a minimum of 30 minutes for order preparation
3.5 If you have chosen for the Products to be delivered, Pizza Hut will deliver the order to the main entrance of the delivery address but any deliveries carried into the delivery address will only be made if the driver and you consent to this. If you are not present to take delivery of the goods at the address given in your order, then We will not refund you the price for your order and will charge you for the full amount of your order.
3.6 Products are subject to availability. If your products are not available, We may offer you a reasonable substitute of equivalent quality and price or We may call you to tell you that your ordered products are not available and to ask you if you would like to order something else. This may affect the price you pay.
3.7 Prices subject to 5% Government tax and RM2.00 Delivery charge. Minimum order of RM10.00 applies. Limited delivery areas subject to availability of delivery personnel and permitted circumstances.
4 Prices and Payment
4.1 Unless otherwise stated in writing the prices quoted by Pizza Hut on the Web Site are inclusive of 5% Govt. tax & RM2.00 Delivery charges.
4.2 The price of the Products will be as quoted on the Site at the time you confirm your order (by clicking the Submit My Order button) subject only to any inadvertent technical mistake which We shall not be liable for. The price for your order shall be deducted from your account at the time your order is placed. We reserve our right to terminate this agreement with you if We are refused authority for payment or reasonably believe that payment will be refused at any stage.
4.3 You can pay by any of the methods listed in our checkout screen.
5 Limitation of Liability
5.1 To the fullest extent permitted by law, Pizza Hut excludes all liability arising out of its supply of the Products and in particular shall not be responsible for any loss or damage, arising directly or indirectly out of or in connection with delay beyond the estimated time or date of delivery; any circumstances over which Pizza Hut had no control of the consequences and which Pizza Hut could not avoid by the exercise of reasonable care, or any indirect or unforeseeable loss suffered or incurred by the Customer or others.
5.2 In any event, Pizza Hut's liability to the Customer will not exceed the total price charged for the relevant items.

Coverage Area of Online Delivery are:
Online Ordering is only available at selected Pizza Hut stores in Peninsular Malaysia. Not available for Pizza Hut KLCC, Pavilion andGenting Highlands.

Here are some inquiries about Online Ordering:
What are the benefits of online ordering?
Our customers tell us that they prefer online ordering for four reasons:
• Convenient. "I can access the entire menu , change my stored information like which restaurant will deliver to me"
• Accurate. "I can double check my order to make sure it's correct. The review screen shows me exactly what I ordered, how much each item is and what my total will be when the delivery arrives."
• Self-paced. "I don't feel rushed trying to decide what to order and it takes me through step-by-step."
• Quick. "I can use Saved Orders, which is any order i save online, and submit it. This just takes a couple of minutes."
• Why must I register or set up an account?
• To place an order, we require that you register as a Pizza Hut online customer. We use your registration information about where you live, your phone number and email to process your order quickly, deliver to that address, and contact you about your order should we need to. Becoming a member is FREE.
• When I place an online order, are the same delivery/ pickup menu items available online as they are in the restaurant when I call?
• Yes, all the delivery/ pickup items available in the restaurant are available for online ordering. However, minor discrepancies are indicated where needed.
• Can I place an order for a certain delivery time?
• Yes, on the CHECKOUT page, select FUTURE ORDER and you can select a specific time you would like your order to be delivered. Note, however, that for amount exceeding RM200 please allow a minimum of 1 (one) hour delivery from the time the order is placed.

A maximum of RM300 per online order applies.
• Can I place an order for a future date?
• Yes, a future order can be placed (7 days in advance) any time our restaurants are open. Please indicate this is for a future date in the FUTURE ORDER section.
• Can I place an order if the restaurant is not open yet?
• No.
• What is Saved Orders?
• "Saved Order" allows you to quickly place an online order based on the order you saved; you can modify, add and subtract items, or simply create your favorite Pizza Hut menu
• How do I use SAVED ORDER?
• 1) Select the items you would like to include in your SAVED ORDER
2) Goto the CHECKOUT page
3) Click the "SAVED ORDER" button
4) Tick the "I would like to save this order for future use" box
5) Name your order e.g My Favourite Order #1
6) Click the "Close" button
7) Click "Submit My Order" button to send and save the order!
• How do I cancel or change an order?
• To cancel or change an order, you MUST contact our Hotline at 1300-88-2525 and speak to our Supervisors for any questions or changes concerning your order. As with phone orders, it is important to notify the Supervisors any changes to your order AS SOON AS POSSILE. Please note, we are unable to accept order changes or cancellations online or by e-mail.
• How do I know my order is submitted?
• The CHECKOUT page is the last step before you actually submit your order. To continue, click "Submit My Order". The next page will display the details of your order, amount due (RM), estimate delivery time and delivery location.

If you need to make any changes please contact our Hotline at 1300-88-2525. The confirmation email will also be sent to you. If you do not receive an email after placing your order, please contact our Hotline at 1300-88-2525 to verify your order has been received.
• What do I do if there is a problem with my pizza/order?
• If you encounter a problem with your order, whether placed by phone or online, directly contact our Hotline at 1300-88-2525 and speak to our Supervisors for any questions or changes concerning your order. Please note, we are unable to accept order changes or cancellations online or by e-mail.
• How do I know when my order will arrive or be ready for pick-up?
• The estimated delivery time is provided in the confirmation e-mail sent to you. This is based on information automatically provided by Pizza Hut restaurant at the time the order was received.
• Can you guarantee these prices?
• We work very hard to keep our menus up to date. Our Supervisor may call you directly by phone to let you know of a price difference should one occur. If the price is more than you want to pay, you can change or cancel your order at that time. If this happens, please contact our Hotline at 1300-88-2525 so we can update our information.
• Can I order Splitzza (half and half pizza) online?
• Can I pay via credit card?
• Yes. We accept payment via Visa. MasterCard and

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Internet service provider

company that offers its customers access to the Internet.[1] The ISP connects to its customers using a data transmission technology appropriate for deliveringInternet Protocol Paradigm, such as dial-up, DSL, cable modem, wireless or dedicated high-speed interconnects.
ISPs may provide Internet e-mail accounts to users which allow them to communicate with one another by sending and receiving electronic messages through their ISP's servers. ISPs may provide services such as remotely storing data files on behalf of their customers, as well as other services unique to each particular ISP.

End-user-to-ISP connection
ISPs employ a range of technologies to enable consumers to connect to their network.
For users and small businesses, the most popular options include dial-up, DSL (typically Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line, ADSL),broadband wireless, cable modem, fiber to the premises (FTTH), and Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) (typically basic rate interface). For customers with more demanding requirements, such as medium-to-large businesses, or other ISPs, DSL (often SHDSL orADSL), Ethernet, Metro Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, Frame Relay, ISDN (BRI or PRI), ATM, satellite Internet access and synchronous optical networking (SONET) are more likely to be used.

Internet connectivity options from end-user to Tier 3/2 ISP's
Typical home user connection
. Broadband wireless access
. Cable Internet
. Dial-up
. Modem
. Wi-Fi
Typical business-type connection
 Ethernet technologies
 Leased line
When using a dial-up or ISDN connection method, the ISP cannot determine the caller's physical location to more detail than using the number transmitted using an appropriate form of Caller ID; it is entirely possible to e.g. connect to an ISP located in Mexico from the USA. Other means of connection such as cable or DSL require a fixed registered connection node, usually associated at the ISP with a physical address.
ISP interconnection

Just as their customers pay them for Internet access, ISPs themselves pay upstream ISPs for Internet access. An upstream ISP usually has a larger network than the contracting ISP and/or is able to provide the contracting ISP with access to parts of the Internet the contracting ISP by itself has no access to.
In the simplest case, a single connection is established to an upstream ISP and is used to transmit data to or from areas of the Internet beyond the home network; this mode of interconnection is often cascaded multiple times until reaching a Tier 1 carrier. In reality, the situation is often more complex. ISPs with more than one point of presence (PoP) may have separate connections to an upstream ISP at multiple PoPs, or they may be customers of multiple upstream ISPs and may have connections to each one of them at one or more point of presence.
Main article: Peering
ISPs may engage in peering, where multiple ISPs interconnect at peering points or Internet exchange points (IXs), allowing routing of data between each network, without charging one another for the data transmitted—data that would otherwise have passed through a third upstream ISP, incurring charges from the upstream ISP.
ISPs requiring no upstream and having only customers (end customers and/or peer ISPs) are called Tier 1 ISPs.
Network hardware, software and specifications, as well as the expertise of network management personnel are important in ensuring that data follows the most efficient route, and upstream connections work reliably. A tradeoff between cost and efficiency is possible.
Virtual ISP
Main article: VISP
A Virtual ISP (VISP) is an operation which purchases services from another ISP (sometimes called a "wholesale ISP" in this context)[2] which allow the VISP's customers to access the Internet using services and infrastructure owned and operated by the wholesale ISP.
Free ISP
Free ISPs are Internet Service Providers (ISPs) which provide service free of charge. Many free ISPs display advertisements while the user is connected; like commercial television, in a sense they are selling the users' attention to the advertiser. Other free ISPs, often called freenets, are run on a nonprofit basis, usually with volunteer staff.
[edit]Related services
. Broadband Internet access
. Fixed wireless access
. Cable
. Triple play
. Internet hosting service
. Web hosting service
. E-mail hosting service
. DNS hosting service
. Dynamic DNS

Thirteen Ways To Prevent Cancer

• Natural Health Care
The purpose of this article is to outline 13 ways that you can decrease your risk of developing any type of cancer. The following 13 ways to prevent cancer are presented in no particular order:
1. If you are going to be sexually active, be in a mutually monogamous relationship with a partner who is not infected by human papilloma virus (HPV)
Genital HPV infection is a sexually transmitted disease that is caused by the human papilloma virus. There are actually more than 100 strains of the human papilloma virus, some of which can lead to cancer of the cervix, vagina, vulva, anus, or penis.
If you are sexually active and are not in a mutually monogamous relationship, I recommend that you learn more about HPV through various online resources. A clear and simple outline on HPV can be found at the Centers For Disease Control And Prevention website.
I encourage women who belong in this category to have a Pap test on an annual basis. I believe that Pap tests can be extremely useful for sexually active women who have had multiple partners or a partner who has had multiple partners because surgical excision of pre-cancerous and cancerous cells of the cervix is one of the safest and most effective procedures performed by the medical profession. I have worked with dozens of women over the years who have benefited from this procedure.
2. Eat lots of plant foods, mainly organic vegetables, legumes, whole grains, and fruits
Plant foods provide an abundance of antioxidants and fiber, both of which are known to reduce the risk of developing several different types of cancer.
Vegetables and fruits reduce the risk of developing cancers of the lung, stomach, esophagus, and larynx, while legumes and grains may help to reduce the risk of developing cancers of the stomach and pancreas.
There are five major groups of cancer-fighting compounds in fruits and vegetables: isothiocyanates, indols, cumines, phenols, and flavones.
The most powerful cancer-fighting vegetables belong to the cruciferous family, the most common of which are:
• Broccoli
• Cabbage
• Brussels sprouts
• Mustard greens
• Kale
• Cauliflower.
A perfect cancer-fighting salad looks something like this:
• Romaine lettuce
• Tomatoes
• Bell peppers
• Broccoli
• Chick peas
• Kidney beans
• Avocado
• Carrots
3. Stay away from sugar
A study published in the February 2004 edition of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute points to a strong association between a diet high in sugar and the risk of colorectal cancer in women.
There are too many published studies on the relationship between sugar intake and cancer to list them all in this article. If you want to learn more about sugar and cancer, a good place to start is here: Glycemic Modulation of Tumor Tolerance.
4. Learn how to distinguish between healthy and unhealthy oils
The healthiest oils are extra virgin olive oil and coconut oil. Oils that should be avoided whenever possible include corn, cottonseed, sunflower, and safflower oils. To learn more about healthy vs. unhealthy oils, view: A Guide To Choose Healthy Oils.
5. Beware of electromagnetic fields and ionizing radiation
In an early draft of a report issued in the spring of 1990, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the United States recommended that electromagnetic fields (EMFs) be classified as a class B carcinogen - a probable human carcinogen. Unfortunately, by the time that the EPA released the final draft of this report, the words "class B carcinogen" were nowhere to be found.
Despite their change of heart on electromagnetic fields, the EPA did include the following in their report:
"In conclusion, several studies showing leukemia, lymphoma and cancer of the nervous system in children exposed to EMF's, supported by similar findings in adults in several occupational studies also involving electrical power frequency exposures, show a consistent pattern of response that suggest a causal link."
There is plenty of evidence in the scientific literature that has me convinced that electromagnetic fields can be a significant cause of cancer.
X-rays, mammograms, and other forms of ionizing radiation are also capable of causing cancer. Dr. Jon Gofman's findings on ionizing radiation are summarized here:Points to Consider Before Taking Another X-Ray.
6. Don't use oral contraceptives or hormone replacement therapies
Oral contraceptives (combinations of estrogen and progestin used to prevent ovulation) increase a woman's risk of developing breast and liver cancer. Oral contraceptives also increase a woman's risk of experiencing a heart attack or stroke and developing a serious blood clot.
Estrogen-based drugs that are used for symptoms of menopause are associated with an increased risk of developing cancer of the endometrium and possibly the breast.
7. Strive to maintain your optimal weight
Obesity is an established cause of both endometrial and post menopausal breast cancer. Obesity is also strongly associated with cancers of the kidney, colon, and rectum.
Reaching and maintaining your optimal weight is a simple matter of balancing the calories you consume and use each day. What's not so simple is overcoming any emotional stressors that may be getting in the way of you balancing these factors. This is a topic that we will look at in greater detail in future newsletters.
8. Be physically active
Daily exercise can help to prevent cancer through the following mechanisms:
• Boosting your immune system
• Preventing obesity
• Decreasing estrogen levels
• Decreasing insulin growth factor (IGF) levels - high IGF levels can increase your risk of developing cancer of the breast, colon, and rectum
9. Minimze your exposure to environmental toxins
Thanks to the industrial revolution, environmental toxins can be found in every part of our world. A clinical review in the February 2004 issue of the British Medical Journal suggests that up to 75 percent of all cases of cancer are caused by environmental and lifestyle factors.
It's impossible to avoid exposure to environmental toxins entirely, but you can strive to avoid the following everyday toxins through simple lifestyle choices:
• Heavy metals - found in mercury fillings, treated wood, antiperspirants, vaccines, and factory farmed fish
• Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) - found in factory farmed fish
• Asbestos - found in many building materials made before the mid to late 1970s
• Dioxins - found in fat of animals that are factory farmed
• Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - found in cosmetics, clothing that has been dry cleaned, air fresheners, paints, deodorants, and bug repellents
• Pesticides - non-organic fruits and vegetables, factory farmed meats, and bug repellents
10. Strive to sleep soundly for 8-10 hours per day in darkness
Sound and regular sleep is essential to promoting a healthy circadian rhythm, which is intimately interconnected with your endocrine system and ability to prevent cancer. Recent studies have indicated that sleeping in complete darkness is essential to supporting an endocrine system that can suppress cancer development. For guidelines on how to promote deep, restful sleep, view: Nine Steps To Better Sleep.
11. Don't smoke tobacco, drink alcohol, or use any other recreational drugs
According to the Harvard Center For Cancer Prevention, approximately 30 percent of all deaths due to cancer in the United States can be attributed to tobacco use. And every day, we are learning more about how harmful second hand tobacco smoke is to human health. It's been more than 12 years since the Environmental Protection Agency classified tobacco smoke as a Group A carcinogen, for which there is no safe level of exposure.
Heavy alcohol use is strongly associated with cancer of the liver. Alcohol can interact with tobacco smoking to cause various cancers of the upper respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts. Finally, alcohol consumption is also associated with an increased risk of developing breast cancer. There's no way around it: alcohol should be avoided whenever possible.
Marijuana and cocaine use have been shown to increase one's risk of developing lung cancer.
12. Go easy on the salt
Heavy salt intake is associated with cancer of the stomach. All salt - including mineral dense sea salt - should be used sparingly.
13. Strive to be emotionally balanced
This last point may be the most important factor that determines your risk of developing cancer. Emotional stress is highly capable of causing every single health condition that we know of, all types of cancer included. I've said it before and I'll say it again: you can have the healthiest diet in the world and still develop cancer if you are not emotionally balanced.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Becoming a More Forgiving Person

As I come to the new month, I look back on my resolution and realize I have not gained any new and deep insights that are earth-shattering and incredibly profound. However, I have gained a much deeper understanding of the concept, and I am grateful for the experience.

Having said that, I had an interesting epiphany as I was preparing to write this post, and I want to share it as my summary about forgiveness:

In order to need to forgive when forgiveness is difficult, one must be harmed in a way that the person feels as unwarranted and/or intentional - or not understandable. When pain or harm is seen as warranted and/or unintentional, when it is relatively easy to understand why the other person did what they did, it is much easier to forgive.

As I pondered this epiphany, it struck me HARD that learning to see others as God sees them - learning to be charitable in our expectations of others - learning to not be offended by the words and actions of others - becoming meek and merciful - this is the single most powerful way to be able to forgive. It also is a way to avoid the need to forgive in many of the more "minor" cases of harm - since a meek and merciful person will be less inclined to be offended and less likely to feel the need to forgive in the first place.

In summary, becoming a forgiving person BEFORE major pain and harm occurs is key.

What is the meaning of love?

Most people who claim to love someone don’t really love them, because they don’t know what love actually is.
What is love NOT?
Possessiveness is not love
Jealousy is not love
Lust is not love
Fear is not love
Keeping people all to yourself is not love
Expecting something from someone is not love
Real love is unconditional.All other “forms” of love are not really love. Most parents and kids don’t love each other, most people in relationships don’t love each other, most people on the planet never experience unconditional love in their entire lives… or at least it sure looks that way.
To love someone unconditionally means that you love the person exactly as they are, exactly as they were before, and exactly as they will be in the future – because people change all the time, so if you love the person, you will love them even if they become something you disagree with. How many parents can say that about their kids? How many people can say that about their “lover”? Love is not about you or your pleasure or your amusement. It’s not about what you get out of it or what the other person can give to you. It’s not about having a trophy you can show off with and tell people “This is *MY* girlfriend/boyfriend/wife/husband/son/daughter/whatever”. You do not “own” anyone. It’s not about you feeling ‘proud’ to be with someone who always agrees with everything you say and do and never does anything you disagree with. Unconditional love means that the person can just live their life exactly as they choose and you will always be there for them no matter what.
So, how does unconditional love fit in with relationships and marriage and sex and all that stuff the whole world keeps going crazy over? It doesn’t, really. It doesn’t “fit” in anywhere. Relationships are like trying to put love into a box and keep it there, except love is infinitely sized, and the box is… well, there is no box large enough. And a normal, conventional marriage is quite possibly the worst possible way to show someone how much you love them.
Unconditional love is more of a spiritual thing. It’s not bound by physical things, like blood relations and the desire to procreate. It has nothing whatsoever to do with sex. Most people are in relationships because they’re horny and/or lonely, even if they genuinely think they love the other person. But if the person they “love” suddenly lost their “equipment” for whatever reason, would they still want to be with that person? Would they get jealous if the person they “love” wanted to spend time with other people as well? Relationships based on needs are not unconditional.
In order to truly understand love, you must first forget everything you have ever learned about it from society and anyone else (including what I just said). You are the only person who can tell you what love is. The only reason I’m writing all this stuff is because people always try to fit “love” in with things like dating, relationships and marriage and all that. You can’t make any sense of it if you keep doing that. You have to get rid of everything you think you know first.